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Agric Minister demoted

MASERU – THE Minister of Agriculture and Food Security, Likopo Mahase, has paid the price for the chaos in the distribution of fertilizer and seeds to farmers.Mahase was the only

Police constable lives in fear

MASERU – A police constable says he is living in fear after discovering bullet holes on his roof and bed on Sunday.PC Pesha Shale, who was not at home when

Thabane, Majoro fight escalates

MASERU – THE All Basotho Convention (ABC) leader, former Prime Minister Thomas Thabane, has accused his deputy Prime Minister Moeketsi Majoro of leading a faction fighting him.Thabane made the allegations

Herdsmen rape 16-year-old

QACHA’S NEK – TWO herdsmen from Qacha’s Nek allegedly abducted a 16-year-old girl and took her to a cattle post where they took turns to repeatedly rape her.The suspects and

LEC switches off airport over debt

MASERU = THE Lesotho Electricity Company (LEC) has switched off power at the Moshoeshoe I International Airport over a staggering M3 million debt.The airport has not had electricity for the

Students strip naked in protest

MASERU – THERE was chaos at the Technical School of Leribe (TSL) yesterday when a group of male students stripped naked to protest against the principal’s decision to call their

Business blasts vaccine mandates

MASERU – PRIME Minister Moeketsi Majoro says from November 1 only those fully vaccinated will be allowed to sit in restaurants and bars.So, an outing with friends or family will

BNP lashes coalition partner

MASERU – All is not well in the coalition government.This time, it is the Basotho National Party (BNP), a junior partner in the coalition government that is lashing out at

The forgotten children: Part 4

MASERU– LIEKETSO, 19, never planned to live in the street or become a sex worker.When she stole her parents’ M200 as a school girl aged 16, she ran away from

Meet the new judges

MASERU – JUSTICES ’Malebona Khabo and Realeboha Mathaba were sworn in as new High Court judges yesterday.They took the oath of office before King Letsie III at the Royal Palace.Justice